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PC: Re: Re: Lexan/ PC GG-1

The stuff scratches easily, that's the biggest problem... and to be able to
see it has to be replaced every so often.  But it has to be there because
of the *#@$#@ rock throwing vandals -

Bill K.

> From: Icepengwyn -AT- aol.com
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: PC: Re: Lexan/ PC GG-1
> Date: Wednesday, April 14, 1999 2:04 PM
> << Lexan was the window material used on many passenger cars. It did not
>  well with cleaning solutions, abrasion and exposure to sunlight. >>
> Lexan (and other plastics) also was not as clear as glass.  Modern Lexan
> much better, as it is used in greenhouse construction and will last 20 
> years+.  It's still not as good as glass in some ways, but you can jump
> and down on it and it won't break (greenhouse grade anyway).
> There's an N scale Arnold GG-1 in PC colors on Ebay, not a bad looking 
> machine, but I think I still prefer the Pennsy colors.  Of course,
> it in a Cigar Band or Lightning Stripe would really tick some folks off.
> <A 
> cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=88514397
> </A>
> Alex

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